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Times Staff WriterDay had faded into dusk and dusk into dark when we reached Pirate's Alley, a narrow, cobblestone walkway in the French Quarter. Flickering gas lamps and a pale quarter-moon cast dancing shadows on the walls of the 200-year-old buildings around us....
The Hartford CourantThere's an iPhone app for confession. Password protected, of course. You can't tell it your sins, receive forgiveness, and fulfill the Roman Catholic sacrament of penance, or reconciliation. But the Confession app — billed as "the perfect aid for...
The Decatur Daily, Ala.After a night where temperatures dipped to 41, June Odom, under a warming morning sun, walked along a brick pathway through rows of hydrangeas, azaleas, Confederate Jasmine, Loropetalum and Almost Picasso petunias. "I am a pretty good weed puller and...
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Parents and caregivers of children with special needs can now get a free break, thanks to a new kids program at First Presbyterian Church of Eustis through a partnership with Nathaniel's Hope, an Orlando-based outreach organization. The church, at 117...
SouthingtonWhen asked to collect flip flops as a Lenten project for the children living on the rural sugar cane villages of the Dominican Republic, the students at Saint Dominic's School answered with a resounding YES. Collection boxes were placed in each...
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The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo.Pascha is the feast of the Resurrection of Christ in the Orthodox Church. Pascha is a transliteration of the original Greek word, which is a transliteration of the Hebrew pesach. Both words mean Passover. Sunday marks the beginning of this year's...
An anonymous tipster clued me in to a downtown Allentown curiosity — a Hungarian church making Catholic pizza. Catholic pizza? What's Catholic pizza? Regular pizza shaped like a cross? Or, because of the Hungarian twist, could it be strudel filled...
Tags: Ed Pawlowski, Hungary, Tomatoes, Italy, Roman Catholicism
The Salem NewsThe St. John's Prep lacrosse team used its trademark defense, aggressive pursuit of ground balls and timely scoring to capture the inaugural Creator's Crosse with a tough 7-2 victory over Masconomet on Saturday afternoon in Lexington. St. John's will be...
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Tribune reporterUnable to overcome the disgrace of a sexual misconduct accusation, Bishop Matthias, head of the local diocese for the Orthodox Church of America, has announced he will step down Monday, leaving a vacancy in Chicago just weeks before Orthodox Christians...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith Catherine “Katie” Stevens’ 99th birthday behind her, the calendar is closing in on her centennial birthday. March 13 marked the last birthday Stevens’s age could be counted in double digits. She said she received many floral...
The Religion WorldReligion News Service reporter Kimberly Winston writes about atheists who have left religion, but still observe Lent: What would an “atheist Lent” look like? A group of young nonbelievers are finding out, observing the Christian practice minus...
Email your faith briefs to email@example.com. Include an address for the event and a phone number where you may be reached. Deadline is noon Wednesday. ABERDEEN ALLIANCE CHURCH 1106 S. Roosevelt St., 605-225-9724, aberdeenalliance.org....
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